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Oct 31, 2011 2:00am EDT
to fear from us. revealing investigation, fascinating characters, stories with impact, this is cnn presents with your host tonight, soledad o'brien and sanjay gupta. >> we begin this evening with a cnn presents special investigation, a story that sounds all too familiar. >> catholic priests accused of abusing children. church leaders, accused of covering it up. >> this familiar story has a disturbing new chapter. hundreds of these-pieces live unmonitored in unexpecting communities. >> as we learned in some cases, they live next to schools and they live next to parks. gary tuchman tracks down some of the most notorious offenders, predators in plain sight. >> reporter: here we are on a block where a molester priest lives, do you think the neighbors know about it? >> i'm certain they do not. >> ray is a los angeles attorney who works with victims of sexual abuse. >> unfortunately around los angeles and around the country, there are hundreds of priests in our communities without anybody having any understanding there's this danger sitting there in the middle of their communities. >> re
Oct 29, 2011 11:00pm PDT
happened next without using the term hate. the teenagers were mostly white rankin county were being led by an 18-year-old named darrell dead man according to police. he had a history of harassing teens at his high school by several accounts from parents and students who knew him, he hated blacks, hated white people who had black friends. he hated anyone he thought was gay. and on this sunday morning, after a night of drinking, he and his friends witnesses have told police, were out to the act on that hate. some of the teens there that night would tell police the teenagers attacked that lone black man without any provocation repeatedly beating anderson, yelling white power. then one of the vehicles drives off. >> darrell deadman apparently wasn't through. he had two girls in his truck as he was leaving this parking lot, a big f-250 pickup truck. james craig anderson, the man who was beaten almost to a pulp, was stumbling down this curb. that's when police say darrell deadman hit the gas. jumped the curb and ran right over his victim. smashing him. but what he didn't know was the entire e
Oct 23, 2011 11:00pm PDT
at the cnn world headquarters in atlanta. thank you for spending part of your weekend with us. have a great week. good night. -- captions by vitac -- 4:00 a.m. on this sunday morning, most of mississippi was still asleep. >>> coming up, kiss inc, and how kiss, the band, is making tons of money from kiss the brand. >> i think every step you take should be on kiss ground and every breath you take should be kiss air. it should be planet kiz -- oh, i'm sorry, we have already trademarked that. o'brien and sanjay gupta. mississippi. it's a brutal killing allegedly fueled by race and by rage. >> we broke this shocking story right here on cnn. a young, white teenager accused of killing a black man. just because of the color of his skin. >> over a four-month investigation we found even more disturbing details, uncovering how the teenager and some of his friends had this history of violent and racist incidents. >> and raising questions also about whether authorities turned a blind eye. drew griffin has been digging into the story from the very beginning. >> june 26th in mississippi woul
Oct 2, 2011 5:00pm PDT
the case. >> former u.s. postal inspector thomas delifara helped lead the investigate from the early days. i just want to ask for your instant reaction at the time. >> initial reaction, looks like another al qaeda event. it's a follow on attack. initially that's kind of where my head was. >> three days after the nbc letter, capitol hill. >> the letter is addressed to senate majority leader tom daschle. it's opened. the white powder spills out. >> we don't know how many people came in contact with the letter. there were 40 people in my office at the time. >> a preliminary testing with portable devices in the senate office building says it's anthrax. it was game on. >> i was covering the hill back then. and i can tell you, it felt s surreal. >> you can't overstate the drama, the shock and awe power of that event. >> a massive multiagency investigation called amerithrax goes into full force. and another anthrax letter, this one addressed to senator patrick leahy of vermont is found, unopened. >> no one thought, whoa, any letter addressed to a member of congress has to come through the brentw
Oct 8, 2011 5:00pm PDT
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Oct 22, 2011 5:00pm PDT
with it. i don't think it's anything you ever get used to, you know. for many years i could never sort of put my name in the same sort of category as the word famous or anything like that. i just found it very uncomfortable. so it's weird. it's something like if you -- i'll find if you get used to it then something must be wrong, if you get used to that constant kind of thing, something's got to be wrong. there's got to be still a part of you that somewhere in there that pines for anonymity. >> alan alda told me once he doesn't like giving autographs because he feels it demeans the person asking for the autograph, put them on a lower level. brando didn't like much being photographed. you don't looking photographed? >> i suppose like, for example, when you're doing something organized like a photo shoot, essentially -- i made a faux pas, there was a piece in "vanity fair" where i should have used the word violated; however, in my lack of vocabulary in the moment i used another word, which i've apologized for radically but the thing with doing a photo shoot, that's sort of an organized t
Oct 15, 2011 7:30pm PDT
was seen buying earlier that morning? investigators say the suspects used it to douse the home with the girls tied to their beds. what they do next, according to investigators, is pure evil, nearly impossible to comprehend for the officers outside. >> they hear some screams and then the place goes up in flames. >> reporter: hayes and komisarjevsky attempt to get away in the family's suv. they smash right into the waiting police cruisers. inside, police find jennifer hawke-petit's body on the living room floor. hayley's body is at the top of the stairs. she'd managed to free herself but collapsed from the smoke. michaela's body was still tied to her bed. >> when you look at how this happened and why and the torment that this family went through and the way they died at the end, in my 24 years in the criminal justice system, this is one of the few cases that gave me a nightmare. >> reporter: after seven horrific hours inside the petits' home, joshua komisarjevsky and steven hayes are finally taken into custody, charged with sexual assault and murder. dr. william petit, the only s
Oct 23, 2011 8:00pm PDT
feyerick at the cnn world headquarters in atlanta. thank you for spending part of your weekend with us. have a great week. have a great week. good night. -- captions by vitac -- >>> tonight on "cnn presents" is mississippi still burning? a shocking crime. accusations of a sinister motive. >> there is no doubt they were looking for a black victim to assault, and even kill in this instance. >> forgotten heroes. this expensive slice of california real estate is supposed to house america's homeless veterans, and so guess who we found sleeping outside. >> fighter girls -- would you do this for practically nothing? this single mother does, but why? kiss, inc., forget the music and the makeup. this may be the smartest band in the history of rock 'n' roll. >> can you put a dollar sign on the kiss empire? >> $500 million. >> $700 billion. >> $1 billion. >> the genius of kiss, inc. revealing investigations, and fascinating characters and stories with impact. this is "cnn presents" with your host tonight soledad o'brien and sanjay gupta. >> good evening. we begin with a murder in mi
Oct 22, 2011 8:00pm PDT
world headquarters in atlanta. thank you for spending part of your saturday here with us. i will see you right back here tomorrow night, 6:00, 7:00, and 10:00 eastern. have a great night. >>> trying to look normal. >> he's one of the biggest stars in the world. one of the most acclaimed actors of our time. tonight, johnny depp. the man who rarely grants interviews sits down with me and opens up about his fame. >> it's the card i drew. so i'll deal with it. that's fine. it doesn't mean every single moment you have to be sort of okay with it. >> his family. >> i don't want my kids to experience me as a novelty. i want my kids to know me as dad. >> and his famous friends. brando had that big an effect on you? >> he was a wonderful man. he'd give you anything. >> plus a tour of his private office full of personal memorabilia and his paintings. it's all ahead on this larry king special, "johnny depp." we're sitting here in johnny depp's office. an office like none i have ever seen. later, we'll get a chance to explore it is a little. he, of course, one of the most celebrated and versatile act
Oct 22, 2011 11:00pm PDT
headquarters in atlanta. thank you for spending part of your saturday here with us. i will see you right back here tomorrow night, 6:00, 7:00, and tomorrow night, 6:00, 7:00, and 10:00 eastern. -- captions by vitac -- stars in the world, one of the most acclaimed actors of our time. tonight johnny depp, the man who rarely grants interviews, sits down with me and opens up about his fame. >> it's the card i drew so i'll deal with it, that's fine. it doesn't mean every single moment you have to be sort of okay with it. >> his family. >> i don't want my kids to company me as a novelty. i want me kids to know me as dad. >> he's a wolf man. he'd give you anything. >> plus, we'll go on a tour of his private office, memorabilia and his paintings. it's all ahead on this larry king special: johnny depp. >> we're sitting here in johnny depp's office, an office like none i have ever seen. later we'll get a chance to explore it a little. lease one of most celebrated and versatile actors of his generation. his new movie "rum diary "will open october 28th, the only novel written by hunter s. t
Oct 8, 2011 11:00pm PDT
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Oct 15, 2011 10:30pm PDT
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Oct 16, 2011 1:30am PDT
bengay cold therapy. the same technology used by physical therapists. go to for a $3 coupon. >>> it's the middle of the night, july 23rd, 2007. suspect steven hayes and joshua komisarjevsky are inside the petit home. police say komisarjevsky goes upstairs, surprises the girls and their mother, tying them to their beds. they then search the house for money. around 7:00 a.m., four hours after they entered the house, steven hayes leaves to buy a few jugs of gasoline. that's him paying for it, captured on this security camera video at this gas station about four miles from the house. "in session" reporter, beth karas followed the case. >> they planned to do something with the gasoline or hayes wouldn't have been sent out to get four gallons of gasoline. >> reporter: when hayes returns, they find a checkbook with reportedly more than a $20,000 balance. with threats, they force mrs. hawke-petit to drive to the bank. you're watching a wife a mother in a desperate attempt to save her family. that's jennifer hawke-petit on this bank security camera video in the small town of cheshire
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